Edge 2010: Maps
Serpentine Gallery discussion with John Brockman, Lewis Wolpert and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Leroi AM. 2008. Creationism and its critics in antiquity. Nature:452:153-154.
Leroi AM. 2006. The future of neo-eugenics. Now that many people approve the elimination of certain genetically defective fetuses, is society closer to screening all fetuses for all known mutations? EMBO Reports. 7:1184-7.
Leroi AM. 2005. On human diversity. The Scientist 24.10.05.
Leroi AM. 2005. Searching for the Song of Songs. Sunday Times, London. 24.12.0
Edge at the Serpentine Gallery
Leroi, AM. 2005. The New Hunterian Museum. Times Higher Education Supplement 09.04.05
Leroi AM. 2004. Gentle Biases. Review of Biased Embryos and Evolution by W. Arthur, Nature 430: 294
Leroi AM. 2004. Mutants, One and All. New Scientist 12.06.04
Leroi AM. 2004. Why everyone is such a freak. Times, London 29.05.04
AM. 2004. Tortured in the name of “science”. Guardian, London 20.05.04
Leroi AM. 2004. A mania for modules. Review of Modularity in Development and Evolution by G. Schlosser and G.P. Wagner. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 284-285.
Leroi AM. 2001. Could the future be “survival of the shortest?” The Independent 03.04.01
Leroi AM. 1999. The Giraffe’s Neck. Review of Leonardo’s mountain of clams and the diet of worms by S. J. Gould. Times Literary Supplement 2.07.99
Leroi AM. 1998. The burden of the bauplan. Review of The Origin of Animal Body Plans: A Study in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, by W. Arthur, and Cells, Embryos and Evolution, by J. Gerhart and M. Kirschner. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 82-83
Leroi AM. 1997. Why rhino-mounted Bantu never sacked Rome. Review of Guns, Germs and Steel by J. Diamond. London Review of Books 04.09.97
Leroi AM. 1997. The name of the beast. Review of Buffon by J. Roget and The Platypus, The Mermaid and Other Figments of the Classifying Imagination by H. Ritvo. London Review of Books 11.12.97